(Closed) Registering for dinnerware question.

posted 6 years ago in Gifts and Registries
Post # 16
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351 posts
Helper bee

TheAnonyMouse:  We are having a small wedding (30 people) semi destination immediate family and best friends only so it’ll be hard to just my registry against yours. Although Im having a large extended family and friends Brunch this weekend

I have been trying not to look at my registry to see what has been purchased and what has Not been purchased because that kind of ruins the suprise

I did register for china and i put it in my registry 2 different ways to help people out. I wanted service for 8

I registered for the Mikasa Parchment Fine China- Most of my family knows that I will be hosting my In laws thanksgiving dinner in the future, the day before thanksgiving

 

I hope this helps

(2) Mikasa Parchment 20 piece set (service for 4)- $99.99 each

then I registered for 8 of each of the china plates, broken down 

8 -soup bowls 14.99 each

8 -tea cups 14.99 each

8- 10 3/4 dinner plates 16.99 each

8 – salad plates 12.99 each

8- saucers

1- gravey boat 59.99

1- platter 89.99

1- 5 piece completer set 149.99

1- butter dish -49.99

2- godinger dublin reserve set of 4 crystal goblets (9 0z)- 19.99 each

2- godinger dublin reserve set of 4 crystal goblets (14 oz)-19.99 each

1- flatware chest-69.99 each

1- canvas china protector set – 29.99 each

 

Also i want to note that my family is very traditional and this is a much anticipated gift on wedding registries on our families- and is ususally the 1st purchased

Post # 17
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719 posts
Busy bee

I think $150 for 4 place settings is really inexpensive, I wouldn’t worry about it at all.

I just attended a bridal shower for a friend who isn’t high maintenance at all and her fine china was $70 per place setting.  In addition, she registered for Waterford Lismore glassware that is $80+ per glass.  I’m thinking of registering for china that is $100 per place setting.

I really think you’re totally fine.  Stuff costs money, some of the items on your registry will be more expensive, it’s not a problem.  People will still get you whatever it is that they are comfortable with.

Post # 18
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1197 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

We registered for 6 5-piece place settings ~$100/pp (Amazon prices fluctuate) and got them all.  We didn’t really need the nice china, but it felt like a “wedding” thing to register for.  I’m really into the mismatched china look now, so I’m planning on getting a bunch of vintage china off of eBay instead.  We also got a set of flatware for 12 ppl for around $200, which I will definitely keep and use. 

Post # 19
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

We are having about 90 people at the wedding, and registered for Williams Sonoma dishes at just over $100pp (not fine china cause we’ll never use it) – 12 place settings.

  • This reply was modified 5 years, 6 months ago by  nightborn.
Post # 20
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234 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: Aug 30th, 2014

We’re having 60 people, and I registered four place settings of something in between everyday and formal at $70 per setting. Then I registered a 4-setting flatware set which I briefed was selling $140. If no one gets them, I’ll buy them with the Bed Bath and Beyond completion discount!

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